Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health summer school
It is hosted by the Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health (LSC DiPH) and will include a range of presenters, including Prof. Dr. Hajo Zeeb, Prof. Dr. Benjamin Schüz, Prof. Dr. Daniela Fuhr and Prof. Dr. Ansgar Gehardus.
Who it is for:
- Researchers currently working on or planning to work with digital public health interventions
- Students undertaking a Master’s or PhD in Public Health, Psychology, Human-Computer-Interaction, Epidemiology, or related disciplines wishing to further their knowledge of digital public health interventions
- Professionals wishing to take on an evidence-based perspective to their work with digital public health interventions
- To learn about the opportunities, challenges, and methods for designing, evaluating, and implementing digital public health interventions
- To acknowledge different intervention designs and evaluation methods and apply them to a specific digital public health topic
- To be able to critically assess factors to be considered when implementing digital public health interventions in real-world scenario
Summer school format:
The summer school will consist of a mix of lectures, seminars, and hands-on group activities. Most presentations will be delivered in person, with some occasional presentations to be pre-recorded or presented online. The summer school is designed to be interactive with small group and whole group activities and discussions throughout.
All participants will further be provided with:
- A reading list
- An option to present their work via an interactive poster presentation
- A certificate will be provided for each participant, including the working hours and the group presentation.
For further information, see here.